Eyebrow Tinting Compensation Claims
Eyebrow Tinting has taken off in popularity throughout Beauty Salons across the country and often the results can be flattering. The process involves pasting a dye onto the Eyebrows and then removing it away. If all goes well the effect can be striking. However, the dye and chemicals used can cause serious injury if not used and applied correctly leaving the client in physical pain and often with psychological harm.
About Eyebrow Tinting Injury Compensation Claims
Eyebrow Tinting colours the Eyebrow from the root to the tip of the hair leaving darker more prominent Eyebrows. Eye Lashes can also be treated in a similar way and whilst the process can be safe when undertaken correctly there are sometimes potential side effects.
In view of the risks involved it is important that the Eyebrow Tinting is undertaken by a beautician who has the necessary qualifications, accreditations and experience.
The Importance of Patch Testing
In common with many beauty treatments when undergoing Eyebrow Tinting it is terribly important that the beautician ensures that a patch test is carried out before attempting the main procedure.
It is accepted practice that the patch test should be carried out at least 48 hours before the treatment is commenced. If the client is in any way allergic to the chemicals in the proposed dye then the patch test will reveal this and therfore save the client from suffering a full blown reaction when undergoing the main treatment.
It should be noted that even if the client has undergone patch testing for a product in the past this should always be repeated to be sure that the client has not developed an allergy to the ingredients in the intervening period.
In what ways can things go wrong?
One of the main reasons for the potential for things to go wrong is that by definition the the skin around the eye is so sensitive and delicate so it can very easily be irritated and damaged. In addition the chemicals which are used in the process conain a number of ingredients which can cause allergic reactions.
The dye which is used shouldn’t come into contact with the skin in the procedure but dyes can result in iching, soreness and redness. This risk can be reduced by the beautician applying a “barrier” product and often petroleum jelly is used in this respect.
There are a whole range of problems which can arise when undergoing Eyebrow Tinting or indeed Eye Lash Tinting:
- Allergic Skin Reactions
- Chemical Burns
- Eye Irritation
- Impairment of Vision
- Blindness (both temporary and permanent)
What will it cost to make an Eyebrow Tinting Injury Compensation Claim?
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